Sino-American Security Dialogue
Friday May 17
Afternoon: Arrive, check in, and relax.
Evening: Opening Banquet: Chautauqua Dining Hall.
(7:30pm-) Remarks from David Shambaugh and Jia Qingguo
Saturday May 18
(8:45-9) Opening remarks from Co-Directors Tang Shiping and Peter Gries
Assurance and Deterrence in International Relations
Session 1 Lessons from the Cuban Missile Crisis (reading: Lebow)
(9-10:15) Moderator: Colin Dueck
Remarks from Ned Lebow
Session 2 Lessons from the Arab-Israeli Conflict (reading: Kelman)
(10:30-11:45) Moderator: Roland Paris
Remarks from Peter Gries
Session 3 Assurance and Deterrence in US-China Res. (readings: Garrett and Payne)
(1:15-2:30) Moderator: Steve Chan
Evening (6pm-): Restaurant: Oasis Brewery (1095 Canyon Blvd., 303/449-0363)
Sunday May 19
Session 4 Assurance and Deterrence in US-China Relations
(9-10:15) Moderator: Suisheng (Sam) Zhao
Session 5 Assurance and Deterrence: Conclusions
(10:30-11:45) Moderator: Tim Weston
Session 6 SASD org. meeting: Conference Products and planning for China 2003
(1:15-2:30) Moderator: Tang Shiping
Evening: Closing Banquet: Jax Fishhouse (928 Pearl St., 303/444-1811)
(6pm-) Remarks from Senior Advisor Ned Lebow
Readings: (available at http://www.colorado.edu/PoliticalScience/SASD/retreat.html)
1. Kelman, Herbert C. 1999. “The interdependence of Israeli and Palestinian national identities: The role of the other in existential conflicts.” Journal of Social Issues 55.3 (Fall): 581-98.
2. Richard Ned Lebow, “Assurance/deterrence.” Global Dialogue. Spring 2001.
3. Banning Garrett “The Need for Strategic Reassurance in the 21st Century” Arms Control Today 31.2 (March 2001)
4. Keith B. Payne, “Post-Cold War Deterrence and a Taiwan Crisis,” China Brief 1.5 (9/12/2001)
Breakfast (Sat, Sun, Mon, 8-9am) and lunch (Sat, Sun, 11:45-1) served in the Mission House.